Employer Notice and Withholding Requirements Become Effective
The end of the month marks important employer deadlines for Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML).
By Sept. 30, 2019, Massachusetts employers are required to provide written notice to their current workforce of PFML benefits, contribution rates, and other provisions as outlined in the law. For more information from the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave, click here.
In addition, by Oct. 1, 2019, Massachusetts employers must begin withholding PFMLcontributions from covered individuals' wages. Click here for more information.
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